I attended a very good event with Reward Gateway recently in London, their 1st Engagement Excellence Summit. For anyone that was not aware of the event or could not make it, here is a summary Wakelet for you to see the tweets that were shared during the event -> https://wakelet.com/wake/03c36397-ab53-4d11-a67b-c51b47868ae1 I attended some brilliant talks […]Read More Is ‘Engagement’ the right measure?
What is the first thing that comes to mind when you read the title of this blog – Investment? Money? Stocks? Shares? House? Assets? etc The top image to this blog is what showed up when I added the word investment into Google Images. Everything is a metric or money focussed. What is the definition […]Read More Investment
Kate’s advent blog theme of heartaches, hopes & high fives really resonated for me personally so I felt compelled to publish this. Firstly, I am an optimist and an ambivert. Hope My glass is always half full so in terms of hope, I am always hopeful and can sense finally, that the world is moving […]Read More Heartaches, Hopes and High Fives
I was lucky recently to have (that) Mark Gilroy on to the Value through Vulnerability podcast where we discussed a wide range of topics such as vulnerability, leadership, awareness etc but one of the most striking discussion topics for me personally was around credibility & identity. HT Phil Willcox also for his influence here also. […]Read More Identity
I went to see Bohemian Rhapsody, the film about the rock band Queen yesterday, with my fiance Jackie. Let me just start by stating, for me, it it was one of my top 3 films ever, up there with The Shawshank Redemption & The Green Mile. What struck me very early on however, and these […]Read More Bohemian Rhapsody
Who do you trust the most right now? Why is that? What stops you trusting someone or something? I listened to a fantastic podcast by Barry Wehmiller last night which had Rich Diviney on it as a guest, an ex US Navy seal to talk about trust. https://itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/everybody-matters/id992577373?mt=2&i=1000391400512 Interestingly Rich states that Trust is both […]Read More Trust
What does acceptance mean to you? For so many of my 41 years on this planet, I have believed that the outside world dictates how ‘accepted’ I felt: Will I be accepted in this new school by the other pupils? Will I get accepted onto the course based on my sub-optimal A-level grades? Will I […]Read More Acceptance